sand plain

sand plain

[′san ‚plān]
(geology)
A small outwash plain formed by deposition of sand transported by meltwater streams flowing from a glacier.
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The sand plain 0-2 mm (Aggregates for concrete mortar and grout)
Pilgrim farmers initially had great difficulty settling on an infertile, forested sand plain.
This concept was evaluated for the Albany Sand Plain in Western Australia, an area of 2250 [km.
Lake Numalla lies elevated in the sand plain, ~3 km to the south-east of Lake Wyara (Fig.
We report excavations at NEP22, a small site on the Watarrka plateau (now part of Watarrka-Kings Canyon National Park) (Figure 1), that shows the presence of chipped stone artefacts in a buried sand plain at 11440 BP.
Higher relief reefs between 1-2 m above the sand plain comprised less of the benthos than the lower reefs, but were more stable through time (Figure 4b).
In the same area ACF-CC are coordinating an action by local groups to try and save two hectares of Umina Coastal Sand Plain, in Hillview Street, Woy Woy, from being developed for a retirement village.
1 , hereinafter referred to as unit will be used by the Employer to the siltation of channels closed heating sand plain ( flushed ) with fraction 0-1 mm.
Those Pilgrim farmers from Europe, rather inept at survival in the wild, had difficulty settling on an infertile sand plain.
The flora of the northern sand plain near Geraldton, in particular, says Jeff has a higher level of biodiversity, just about, than the Amazon rainforests, and it's all knee-high.
3 Sand Plain 0-2 mm BS-EN-12262 (Aggregates for concrete mortar and grout) 900 Mg